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Bardhaman or Burdwan or Barddhaman, is a city of West Bengal state in eastern India. It is the headquarters of Bardhaman district.
- also known as Barddhaman
- part of India, West Bengal, Bardhaman district
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Producing Muslim Womanhood in Late Colonial Bengal by Mahua Sarkar
Bardhaman is a district in present-day West Bengal. 80. While a puja is a Hindu religious ritual, puja, here, refers to the annual Hindu Festival of Durga Puja ( Worship of Goddess Durga) that is popular in Bengal. 81. The Indo-Pakistani conflict ...
by Om Gupta
It has the Durgapur Barrage which is the main source of water for cultivation in Bardhaman district. Durgasagar : Durgasagar with an area of about 2,500 hectare, is the largest pond or dighi of southern Bangladesh. It is located at Madhabpasa ...
Encyclopaedia of India (2005)
by Sunita Pant Bansal
DISTRICTS Bankura Birbhum Bardhaman Kolkata Cooch Behar Darjeeling Hooghly Howrah Jalpaiguri Malda Midnapore Murshidabad Nadia Purulia Uttar( North) Dinajpur Dakshin (South) Dinajpur North 24 Parganas South 24 Parganas ...
by Manohar Sajnani
Bardhaman In Barddhaman town, the tombs of Shcr Afgan, Kutb-ud-din Pir Bahram Sekha and Khoja Anwar Shah are places of historical importance. Berhampore 1 1 kms. south of Murshidabad is this large town, a notable centre for silk ...